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    Wilfred M Post #1
    Wilfred M Post
    Environmental Sciences Division and Climate Change Science I
    Known for Stover Removal | Elevation Gradient | Soil Carbon | Atmospheric Co2 | North America
    Jana E Compton #2
    Jana E Compton
    Center for Public Health and Environmental Assessment, U.S.
    Known for Drinking Water | Douglas Fir | Soil Properties | Nitrogen Inputs | United States

    K C Kwon #3
    K C Kwon
    Chemical Engineering Department, Tuskeegee University, Tuske
    Known for Perennial Vegetation | Soil Carbon | M−2 Y−1 | Ws2 Nanoparticles | Pulse Measurement
    Toby D Hooker #4
    Toby D Hooker
    Dep. of Biology and the Ecology Center, Logan, UT, 84322 | D
    Known for Forest Regrowth | Deeper Soil | Plant Detritus | Agricultural Abandonment | Vegetation Types
    Gene E Likens #5
    Gene E Likens
    Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Millbrook, NY, United S
    Known for United States | Acid Rain | New Hampshire | Hubbard Brook | Mirror Lake
    Robert Costanza #6
    Robert Costanza
    Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National Un
    Known for Coastal Wetlands | Sustainable Development | Human Wellbeing | Ecological Economics | Natural Capital
    Peter M Groffman #7
    Peter M Groffman
    City University of New York Advanced Science Research Center
    Known for Riparian Zones | Northern Hardwood Forest | Soil Freezing | Organic Matter | Microbial Biomass
    John D Aber #8
    John D Aber
    Professor Emeritus, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH,
    Known for Nitrogen Saturation | Fine Roots | United States | Atmospheric Deposition | Harvard Forest
    Charles T Driscoll #9
    Charles T Driscoll
    Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse
    Known for United States | Acidic Deposition | Adirondack Region | Onondaga Lake | New York
    Jonathan J Cole #10
    Jonathan J Cole
    Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, State University of New
    Known for Nitrogen Fixation | Zebra Mussel | Dissolved Organic Carbon | Food Web | Hudson River

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